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Meet Jay...

Are you ready to start your therapy journey with someone authentic and genuine?

Hi!  I am Jay Janicki (they/them), a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Pennsylvania.  Ever since I was a kiddo, I knew I was put on this earth to help others. I grew up with both parents being chronically ill and I had to learn at a very young age how to advocate for others, how to hold space for others’ emotions, and how to be a sounding board in the face of adversity. Becoming a therapist is truly one of the best gifts I could’ve ever been given.

What I bring to therapy:

I interact with clients in a very human way. I model that it is okay to show excitement, that it is okay to model sadness. It is okay to be silly and have that back and forth banter. It is okay to share these same emotions in a safe space. Clients have appreciated self-disclosure and the “reactive” part of me, and I always ask permission before I tap into either of those. From my clients’ perspective, most see me as validating, flexible, and malleable when it comes to certain treatment methods I bring into sessions. My clients will always know that I care deeply for them.



I graduated from Arcadia University with my MA in Counseling.  Since then, I have gained experiencing from working in all levels of care from inpatient settings to private practice.  From once a "baby therapist" to a proficient therapist, I bring a wealth of expertise and a track record of success in helping clients navigate their mental health journeys

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Credentials & Qualifications:

Years in Practice: 4


Graduate Program: Arcadia University,

Master's of Arts in Counseling

License & State: PC016440 - Pennsylvania

Areas of Expertise




Chronic Illness,

Chronic Pain,


Complex Trauma / CPTSD,

Coping Skills,


Domestic Abuse,

Dual Diagnosis,

Eating Disorders,

Emotional Disturbance,

Family Conflict,


Life Transitions,

LGBTQIA+ / queer-related,

Mood Disorders,

Panic / Panic Attacks,

Peer Relationships,


Relationship Issues,

School Issues,


Sexual Abuse,

Social Anxiety,


Suicidal Ideation,


Trauma / PTSD

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Therapy Modalities Practiced

As your mental health guide, I tailor a blend of therapeutic techniques to enrich our online sessions. My method is uniquely adapted to meet your individual needs, ensuring we achieve our shared goals on your journey to mental wellness.

Art Therapy


Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive Processing

Compassion Focused

Culturally Sensitive

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

Emotionally Focused

Family Systems



Humanistic / Person-Centered


Internal Family Systems

Jungian / Psychodynamic


Mindfulness-Based CBT

Motivational Interviewing




Systems Approach

Trauma Focused


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